“…I know that all Christians are tempted. The apostle Paul probably best described the plight for most of us when he wrote, “the things I don’t want to do are the very things I do!”
For me, that temptation began when I was homosexually molested as a young boy. As the abuse continued through my early teen years, I began a pattern of behavior, thoughts and attitudes that led me to a suicide attempt at 16. Though I am married, I felt almost powerless against the drive toward homosexual relationships.
Anger, fear, resentment, guilt, shame and a host of other emotions gripped me daily and nightly. I was truly at a dead-end.
Then, my best friend went through deliverance counseling. I was skeptical when he first told me about the concept, but when I saw the transformation in his life; I knew I needed to experience the same thing.
I approached the counseling with a readiness and willingness to let God have full control… and when the enemy’s strongholds were broken in my life – and they were broken – I experienced a freedom and peace that I’d never known.
..the counselor showed me how to effectively apply MY rights as His child to the past and the problems that had plagued me. ..”